Foods That Are Super Healthy
"A boiled, slightly spiced noodle on a hot stick" -Hannah Hart
highly doubt most of that history was correct but thats ok you guys lie alot anyway 😀
I feel like lasagna was probably a person not a 13th century food
The level of psychotic it takes to roll out pasta dough on a CUTTING BOARD!!
Wasn’t this posted before? I swear I’ve seen this already
Later lasagna will be so different that our styles will be ancient! And they will recreate our generations lasagna!
Let that sink in
This is giving me "Good Eats" with Alton Brown vibes and I'm 100% HERE FOR IT!
I love Hannah. So good to see her in a new show! Only wish she was a wee bit drunker, ha ha!
From Drunk Kitchen to this garbage… Try again
When she added the spice to the first one it let me know she hasn’t been cooking for too long
Omg she’s so cute!
why feta tho, thats from greece… i mean parm makes sense but why feta… mericans
Oh my gosh, I need the names of all the classical music used in this video!
My neighbor next door is Italian I’m gonna ask her if she can make lasagna 😂
I'd try this, but making the pasta looks exhausting! I would definitely eat this.
I am so here for this!!! Historical food is cool as heck
Who is she… I love her
Im sorry but….
She has the Can I Speak To Your Manager haircut
Moussaka was probably first. Replace the eggplant with pasta…It uses those spices also.
we need erik to make a lesson on this this is horrible
I want more of this show!
Why do I feel like I've seen this before?
Sup young Karen
'opposite of ciao' is legit italian.
yes more pls
Please at least give How To Cook That props or give her videos on this subject a view 😥 Shes a little channel that did this concept several months ago
That is the entirety of my contribution.
But…but…Hannah's cooking while sober. Is that even allowed?
I like the idea, but change her
Omg I love the “I barely know her” jokes I try to say it as often as possible 😂
why is the music in this video so loud and obnoxious holy shit
H A N N A H !!!
damnit. so drunk history didn't want you doing drunk kitchen with history behind the food?
My dumb self thought it was a 700 year old lasagna
Makeceviche and solve if it comes from Perú or México
I thought she was going to make a 700 layer lasagna lmao.
Interesting concept. Enjoyed.
“Jena said what”😅😅😅
"it feels like…holding… flesh……"I love her so much xD
To give it a darker spin, there's reference in a 14th century text recounting the digging of mass graves in Italy during the Black Death:
"At every church, or at most of them, they dug deep trenches, down to the waterline, wide and deep, depending on how large the parish was. And those who were responsible for the dead carried them on their backs in the night when they died or threw them into the ditch, or else they paid a high price to those who would do it for them. The next morning, if there were many [bodies] in the trench, they covered them over with dirt. And then more bodies were put on top of them, with a little more dirt over those; they put layer on layer just like one puts layers of cheese in a lasagna."
SO EXCITED FOR THIS NEW SERIES
A lot of foods and recipes changed through the centuries, with the arrival of new ingredients and spices/techniques on the market when countries became developped enough to trade on an international scale.
Thats why a lot of dish specially in europe had a huge change in the Renaissance era, where trade and commerce became the driving force of countries and economy, with the trading routes towards the east that opened and the discovery of the American continent, and one of the most important trade was food, ingredients and SPICES, wich was a drastic game changer back then.
Tomatoes specificaly came from Latin America and the Mexican lands, where the thing was cultivated for years by Aztecs and mayans before the Spaniards discovered it and took it back with it to europe, where it became one of the staple food in old europe, thats why there's no italian recipes that pre-date the Renaissance with tomatoes in it.
And thats like by the end of the 16th century,and even then it was considered an ornemental plant, cause at the time the "scientists" considered the plant to be a part of the Belladonna family, wich isn't completly innacurate since unrip tomatoes has alcaloid in it that is bad for human consumption( stomach aches, it could affet the nervous systeme and the heart), but once rippen enough there's only small amount of traces of it in it and it doesn't have much effect on the body anymore.
But thats somethign that will be discovered and shared only by the 17th century, and this is why it took so long for any one to actualy think of using this into a recipe, evne though the oldest Gaspacho recipes in Spain from 1560's uses tomatoes in it.
I love making Lasagna and that looks so yummy! I def need to make that on my channel
thats a lot of clove and cinnamon😳😳😱😱
i am officially obsessed with the set and this show
Also Hannah u are to adorable
I've been watching Hannah's videos since she was getting drunk in her kitchen and burning pizza.
She is great awesome and funny. Love this show 👍
Love hir 😂
So I'm like having real deja vu rn…. Didnt they already post this video months before??
God tasty has so many lame shitty annoying people now.
I like it but don't talk with your mouth full
I'm watching this from 1875
I’m in 6 grade and I’m taking Italian
Considering this recipe, I wonder if the white sauce lasagna actually came first. It seems only right as a bechamel sauce is considered to taste best with a hint of nutmeg added. Now I want to know which came first.
So the first pasta was eggless? Wow!
This is great to watch when you're under the influence of marijuana cuz she's hilarious.
What a hack, you can tell is not the same dough.
"The opposite of Ciao." X-D
“When I think of lasagna I think of a big serving tray of lasagna “
I'm gonna love this series!
Who else is from the era where hannah was a legend! She still is! Im happy she is back
More from her plss
Me for the second half of the video: 'There's NO WAY they used to spell "roll" with an "e" on the end.'
I thought she was going to eat 700 year old mouldy lasagne
At 0:41 : That doesn't look like lasagna, that looks like someone threw up yesterday's cheese fondue and topped it with tomato sauce…
Edible history 👍👍👍👍
She proves that women aren’t funny
Lasagna = 1 sheet of pastaLasagne = more than 1 sheet of pastaNot sure why people get this wrong all the time. lol
That moment when americans try to figure out how to make english sound ancient, and the only word they can think of is "thy" x)
Well that was as awesome as it was cringey
Get it Hannah! I love watching her expand and growing her cooking skills!
4:35 keeping this here so I can keep laughing at this whenever I want
Interesting recipe but this woman has clearly not done her homework. She doesn't know what arugula tastes like and had no idea where tomatoes came from. I'm disappointed. I'm going back to the old tasty format with no talking, just ingredients, measurements, cook times and end result.
I love Hannah!!
8:23 Put that away before you hurt somebody
WE NEED MORE OF HER
it would have been more balanced if she had mixed the cheeses and spices together 1st
Can’t make straight linesIf you aren’t straight ba-dum tsss
In Italian the terms Lasagna and Sagna just indicate the sheet of pasta. I see that outside Italy no one has a clear idea what we mean for this dish, this preparation is colloquially named Pasta alForno, “Oven Pasta” and can be made with any short pasta of pasta (rigatoni, maccheroni, conchiglie). Lasagne Emiliane alla Bolognese is the version everyone knows with the sheets of pasta and it’s just referred colloquially as Lasagne. When in an Ancient text someone talk about lasagna, they are probably writing about some other recipe with this kind a of pasta in it, but I would not say it is pasta al forno.
7:37 anybody else hearing "dididdidit"?
Why didn't you ask an italian pasta expert instead??
should have added black pepper like the poem implied!
I don't know if you can read Italian so there you goTu sei una principessa
Good looking chef.
Imagine our ancestors having YouTube and watch this they would be like,,🙊
I love her❤️❤️
Even tho i love lasagnas I wouldn't dare eat this This is disgusting
Yo, who else is watching during 1492? I’m on the mayflower, and we’re heading to India rn. I have some lasagna on board, but right now, I’m eating a rock like bread. Its super yummy.
Hanna: "wer also gonna add parmesan cuz this is my shoooooww and i can do wtever i waaànnnt"Spirit of the old latin grandma who wrote the recipe : AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAÀ
yea How to cook that was one of the first ones who started this whole "cooking old recipe" trends.
She reminds me of JoJo Siwa and that's so cool
Love your swag
looks like prison food
She looks like the kid from Hiho
wow someone who is genuinely funny without trying too hard
She actually looks like maggie grace
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